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Cuba becomes first nation ever to eradicate mother-to-baby HIV transmission
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Cuba becomes first nation ever to eradicate mother-to-baby HIV...

Hailed as one of the "greatest health achievements possible," Cuba has become the first nation in the world to officially eliminate the transmission of both syphilis and HIV from mother to baby, the World Health Organisation announced. "This is a ... International Business Times UK, 13 hours ago
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Health and Medicine: Reports Outline Pulmonary Medicine Study Findings from University of North Carolina (Endobronchial valve placement for the treatment of bronchopleural fistula: a review of the current literature)

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Clinical Trials Week -- The World Health Organisation has recommended an intervention developed and tested by partners in four countries and UCL researchers to improve maternal and newborn health. The ...
 NewsRX7 hours ago Health sector opens new training courses against MERS-CoV  VietnamPlus37 minutes ago Nepal: Monsoons pose serious health and sanitation threat to quake-affected children  AlertNet1 day ago WHO: Prioritise health service  Kathmandu Post5 days ago
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Liberia Loses Ebola-free Status after New Case is Confirmed

Ebola virus The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Tuesday said in Geneva that Liberia has lost its Ebola-free status after new case was confirmed. WHO's spokesman, Tarik Jasarevic, said a new case was confirmed in Liberia after the ...
 This Day Online8 hours ago Ebola returns to Liberia: Teen's death marks first case for 6 weeks  Demanjo8 minutes ago International Civil Organisation Lauds Nigeria for Successfully Curbing Ebola  BizWatchNigeria1 day ago WHO Certifies Liberia as 'Ebola-free', African Union Grateful to Leaders for Support  Med India1 month ago
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This Day Online

2.3bn of World's Population Lack Basic Toilet

Logo of World Health Organisation Obinna Chima with agency report About 2.3 billion of the seven billion people on earth lack a basic toilet, a slight improvement from last year, data from UNICEF and the World Health Organisation (WHO) showed ...
 This Day Online8 hours ago Lack of sanitation for 2.4 billion people undermining health improvements  Noodls4 hours ago One in three people in the world have no access to sanitation facilities: UN report  IBNLive India News5 hours ago 2.4 billion people lack basic sanitation  Northern Territory News11 hours ago
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Beware of animal diseases as biological weapons, health experts say

PARIS, June 30 The World Health Organisation, animal health and national defence officers called on Tuesday for wider international cooperation to avoid the spread of animal diseases that could be used as biological weapons. Sixty percent of human ...
 Reuters UK19 hours ago INTERNATIONAL AID DELIVERED TO YEMEN TO COPE WITH HEALTH CRISIS  NAM News Network1 week ago

WHO Reiterates Support to Sids in Addressing Non-Communicable Diseases [press release]

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has reiterated its full support in helping Small Island Developing States (SIDS) address non-communicable diseases (NCDs) especially with regard to preventive measures. The specialised agency will ensure that SIDS ...
 Individual.com1 day ago Delegates agree on concrete actions to tackle health problems of Small Island Developing States in Africa  WHO Regional Office for Africa21 hours ago Mauritius: PM Opens SIDS Fifth Meeting of Ministers of Health for Africa Region  AllAfrica.com6 days ago PM Opens SIDS Fifth Meeting of Ministers of Health for Africa Region [press release]  Individual.com5 days ago
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WHO Chief Announces Shake-Up of Organisation After Ebola Shock

The World Health Organization will dramatically reform its emergency response operations this year, its chief said today, after the UN agency faced blistering criticism for its slow Ebola response. WHO Director General Margaret Chan told the agency's ...
 NDTV1 month ago Countries must deal with health risks of frequent heatwaves: UN  DAWN Group2 hours ago German measles is 'offensive' to the Germans warns WHO  The Telegraph UK1 month ago Most countries woefully unprepared to fight resistant superbugs: WHO  DNA2 months ago
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ICRC

Common ethical principles of health care in conflict and other emergencies

The World Medical Association (WMA), the International Committee of Military Medicine (ICMM), the International Council of Nurses (ICN), and the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP), representing more than 30 million people from both the ...
 ICRC22 hours ago Peter Maurer on ethical principles of health care in conflict  ICRC17 hours ago International bodies intensify rescue operations  Sify2 months ago Garlands all the way  The Nation Nigeria8 hours ago
Times of India

UN: Cuba the first country to halt mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis

Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn World Health Organisation (WHO) announced that Cuba is the first country in the world which managed to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis. On 30 June, WHO ...
 New Europe3 hours ago Cuba first country to eradicate mother-to-child HIV transmission: WHO  Prokerala8 hours ago Cuba, the first country to eradicate mother-to-child HIV transmission  Times of India3 hours ago Cuba becomes first country to eradicate mother-to-child HIV  The Statesman5 hours ago
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India spent 1.19pc GDP on health in 2011: Govt

by World Health Organisation (WHO), general government expenditure on health as percentage of GDP in 2011 for India is 1.19 per cent as compared to 2.85 per cent in China and 4.07 per cent in Brazil," Health Minister J P Nadda informed the Rajya Sabha. He ...
 Business Standard1 month ago More tears for Maggi than for cuts in govt's health spends  Hindu Business Line4 days ago Fortis Healthcare Awarded Golden Globe Tigers Award for Patient Safety for Successful Adoption of WHO Surgical Safety Checklist  Andhra News1 month ago
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